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New official campaign setting coming|
Posted by Atlan on Friday, January 16, 2004 (18:48:50) (770 reads) 8 comments |
In July WotC will publish a new campaign setting with the name EBERRON.
Now they have launched an Official homepage for this setting.
There you can find for download a short booklet about the mood of the setting - which looks really interesting - and each month there will be a preview on aspects of the setting.
Just this week a new preview about the organisations has been posted.
To find this home page go here:
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 10B|
Posted by TerishD on Friday, January 16, 2004 (05:54:24) (671 reads) 7 comments |
Chapter Ten - Part 2
A cry of surprise suddenly sounded from the camp. Stephen quickly started running. Oliver was not so responsive, but passed her. The two moved out of the trees to see Oggelly skooching and rolling in the grass. Both understood that the half-elf was not hurt, only being difficult to target.
"Stop right there!" It was a human male voice somewhere in the trees past Oggelly.
"Like hell I will." Stephen breathed as she continued to advance.
An emotion charged episode where a number of characters have their beliefs tested.
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Posted by CirJohn on Tuesday, January 13, 2004 (10:26:27) (3897 reads) 4 comments |
Crusaders are often the holy warriors of deities of war. They take it upon themselves to join battle with the enemies of their faith. Sometimes a crusader may do so alone or with a small group of his fellows, but more often a crusader will gather a force of the faithful to lead into battle. Crusaders are best known for their ability to travel quickly and for the divine power they are given. It is said that a powerful band of crusaders may cross a sprawling empire to join combat with an envading host in a matter of days. Upon joining battle, crusaders are known to repulse vastly larger forces by employing greater mobility and divine grace.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 10A|
Posted by TerishD on Sunday, January 11, 2004 (07:24:12) (707 reads) comments? |
Chapter Ten - Part 1
It was a proud youthful human who strode into the private chamber of the elvish royal castle. He did not kneel before King Dureillorshin. Kauryed was not in a mood to be polite and this man was not his superior.
The elven monarch signaled a servant to pour wine for the man. Dureillorshin was actually glad that this one came. Kauryed was a rather powerful witch. His aid to Caidemon was mere formality. If the entity had not restored youth to Kauryed, then that would have been one coven that would have revolted.
Some extra background and development is handled before some more major events occur.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 9C|
Posted by TerishD on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 (09:27:30) (719 reads) 6 comments |
Chapter Nine - Part 3
Clark went over and helped the others finish the fallen ogre. The three then went to the net. Underneath were two human boys. Clark and Oliver each lifted a stone weighing the net to allow the lads to crawl out of their bondage.
The story that came out was that the lads were from a local barony on their way to the ocean to get some shellfish. The boys were extremely grateful for the rescue from the ogres. Stephen did ask if their parents had considered the possibility of their boys being eaten before allowing them to go, and the young men said that a patrol had recently passed through the area so it was considered momentarily safe. The three travelers let the boys run back home.
Our heroine undergoes a large process of accepting her new identity.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 9B|
Posted by TerishD on Thursday, January 01, 2004 (05:58:35) (708 reads) 9 comments |
Chapter Nine - Part 2
Oliver woke as the elven lady was stirring the oatmeal. He was glad to see Clark sleeping, and quietly moved off to start his day. His efforts were wasted however, because the half-elf did awake. Whether the morning air, the sounds of the fire, the smell of the oatmeal, or the movement of his companions, his slumber came to an end.
"Steve, how is the book?" he croaked as he sat up.
"It is better than nothing. I do want to thank you for it."
"It fell from a window." Her eyes focused on him, so he knew to keep speaking. "Listen, I feel certain that I killed a man last night. It is a long story, but I do not want to go out again."
A major discussion occurs along with a fight that sets the stage for another major turning point with our heroes.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 9A|
Posted by TerishD on Saturday, December 27, 2003 (06:13:31) (754 reads) 7 comments |
Chapter Nine - Part 1
He could not do it. Clark sat the book down by the elven lady, but could not bring himself to lay down beside her. He was too tired to do anything, but he felt that the work he did tonight deserved some physical recompense. Just a little warmth, the feel of a woman's body, the smell ... he sat down next to the slumbering lady confused. He could not do it to his brother, but knew that it needed to happen. Stephen's form required perfume, a brush, make-up, and probably more stuff than he or she knew about. He thought that he had taken enough money to put their lives at ease for some time, but now believed that he had stolen only enough to bring some normalcy to their lives for the moment. He had promised not to steal anymore, but suddenly felt a need to go back into town.
Events are not slowing down. Major events are beginning to occur with our heroes. This chapter ties things together so that what comes will make sense.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 8C|
Posted by TerishD on Monday, December 22, 2003 (04:58:03) (685 reads) 8 comments |
Chapter Eight - Part 3
Clark dressed himself completely in the black garments taken from the assassin and headed back into town. He had a job to do. There was no resentment that he was the one to do this deed. He was ready to do something.
He had been in enough houses. As a plumber, he was often called to enter a dwelling and fix a serious problem. A common argument between him and Stephen was who had been in more homes. His brother's claim that his picture on people's television was just as important of an invite never won many points, but it could raise the noise level. Stephen however could not claim the skill of moving about in a person's private sanctuary with complete trust. Clark felt that he was now going to be in the wrong for only going into a home to take money, but promised himself that he would fix whatever leaky faucet he found.
The first major turning point in the story finally occurs. Things start to build as certain decisions start to be made.
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Tales of the Raibi3|
Posted by Aisho on Saturday, December 20, 2003 (16:11:07) (659 reads) 5 comments |
"Dear god, man! Shoot straight!" A large, balding man howled in almost true pain. He pointed a shaking finger at a man only a year his younger, and with a full head of hair still. "You asked me to make you a good archer; how am I supposed to DO that if you won't even TRY to shoot straight?"
The little man drew himself up, still only coming up to the bigger man's chin. "I do try, Namir, and you know I shoot straighter than most."
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Official D&D Game Rule FAQ Update|
Posted by Atlan on Friday, December 19, 2003 (15:55:42) (683 reads) 7 comments |
Today WotC have put the official FAQ for D&D 3.5 on the FAQ-section of their homepage.
The FAQ is present in form of a zip-ed PDF-file that can be downloaded.
You can find the other 3rd edition FAQs (with date of last update) on the same page too.
Head for the FAQs here:
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